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over big bucks. the government says they are tax evading lawbreakers. let's bring in a senior fellow at the cato institute. thank you for coming on the show tonight. 225,000. since when is it illegal to rent out your apartment on your own? >> this is an example of overzealous overreaching by the government. in the name of going after some slumlords or other people who are more notorious, they're going after people who are just trying to -- gerri: but they are not going after slumlords, are they? they just want some tax revenue. same as those hotel tax revenues. they say they want to get that. isn't that the real motivation? >> if that is what they wanted they could pass a loss objecting these people to taxes. think it is more nefarious than that. the unions and hotel lobbies want to shut down its competitors. gerri: i just understand why you can't do with your own property but you want to. why the government should be involved in all. they're trying to subpoena information to get your information and my affirmation in everyone's information who uses the service. >> absolutely. it is
in colorado that would increase taxes by $950 million in one year and restructure the way that state funds its public schools. we're back with james freeman, and steve moore. so steve let's go to colorado first because it's a very interesting state, trending left politically, with a kind of new coalition of cultural liberals and hispanics. and women. leading to a democratic majority there. and they could take another big step to the left with this ballot initiative. explain. >> no question about it. paul, you're exactly right. colorado is one of those states that has moved more to the left than just about any other state in the country. and partially because of huge democratic money and liberal money that's gone in to that state. so what they've now put on the ballot is a gigantic income tax increase to pay for more money for schools. this is a big power play by the left to expand the size of the state government. the income tax, if it's raised, paul, would get rid of a traditional policy in colorado of a low flat tax. and i would make the case, one of the reasons colorado has been a high grow
is on. a san francisco supervisor unveiled his plans today to tax sugary drinks. he wants a 2 cent per ounce tax on sodas and other sweet drinks in the city. that would equal 24 cents for a regular can of soda. he said the tax would raise about $31 million a year for san francisco that could be used to pay for outdoor recreation programs. >> havi richmond and l.a. rejected a similar plan. the tax would unfairly burden poor communities. he also proposed a plan to streamline the hours for parks. city parks have a variety of opening and closing hours. it is aimed at the idea of cutting down on vandalism that happens late at night. >>> it's official. the birthplace of the apple computer is now part of history. last night the historical commission voted unanimously to turn steve job's home into a historical site. the late steve jobs and apple cofounder built the first apple 1 computers in the garage back in 1976. >>> we have an update to a story we've been following in the past year. >> his name is jeff schmidt. >> one-half hour after the finish line closed. i thought a story about a guy th
they knew what they were doing. even those folks couldn't afford it. it is not the rich paying more taxes. it is people who realize in order to buy insurance, which otherwise the irs is going to come after them, but in order to buy insurance, the premiums are up, the co pays are up, the deductibles are up sometimes up to several thousands of dollars. these folks are saying i can't afford health care and send my kids to college or buy the things i need to buy. has why it is outstanding -- that's why it is outstanding she says go and buy something else. the president has doctors on the team at the white house. but the moms and dads out there, the single moms and dads struggling to get through lost it and they don't know how to get it back. >> let's look atey -- lets 8 look. he said don't blame us. it is not the president's fault. >> the law does not say sears drops coverage. the law does not say you drop coverage. the insurance industry decides how it will make money. when the private companies decide that they will drop people or put them in the exchange you blame president obama. he is no
for the subsidy and then once we reconcile these records, they get taxed the money back off of their refund. and so this is what i mean when i say rude awakenings. people are signing up for insurance. they're getting tax credit subsidies funded by taxpayers. the irs is already telling us they're confused about how to do this. you're not telling us whether or not you're proactively determining whether, say, an under 26-year-old is actually eligible for the subsidies you're trying to sell them and the problem is once we learn whether or not they were eligible and if they weren't, people in good faith will be signing up for subsidies that they're not eligible for. >> i think you're asking a different question, which is are we doing 100% income verification on everyone. >> and subsidy eligibility verification. >> yes. so part of the question in the application process is are you depending on your parents, on your parents tax plan so that is part of the questioning that goes on and if so we move them in that direction. more importantly, part of what you're asking is the income verification, whic
, and tax it. >> terry lanni, the ceo of mgm/mirage. he says if his company could offer internet gambling, it could instantly double its $8 billion a year revenue. >> if we could add our brand and the credibility of a publicly traded united states gaming company, this could be a vast business. >> but mgm/mirage is shut out because the government says a law banning sports betting over the phone also bans all gambling on the internet. obviously, it hasn't stopped u.s. citizens from doing it, but it has stopped u.s. companies from offering it. >> the vast majority of wagers that are placed on the internet now are done offshore and illegally. and i, for one, think that to enact laws that you can't enforce makes no sense whatsoever. >> lanni and mgm/mirage set up their own offshore gambling website a few years ago, but to stay within the law, they could only accept bets from gamblers outside the u.s. >> we just didn't make any money; that was the problem. >> so you shut it down. >> we did. >> it's all very odd. >> well, no, it is odd. there's no doubt about that. i mean, there's gaming in ever
or medicaid reform even tax reform. those things are not going to happen for the reasons we just described. getting a number to fund through 2014 and avoiding kind of the harsh realities of sequestration would be good goals according to republicans and even some democrats. >> you know, ryan, i kind of think getting rid of sequestration, even if it means no revenue, might be a good deal. the assumption has always been republicans would be hurt so badly by defense cuts we can extract something. rand paul doesn't care about the defense cuts. why don't we jettison some of the crap, speaking about defense cuts. he wants more defense cuts. the idea this is somehow leveraged is maybe not that accurate. if you can unwind sequestration or put in a better bargain, if you will, and not get revenue, it still might be a good deal for democrats at this point. >> not a good bargain for the tea party. if you want to look for a sign of how much less power the tea party has now, look at what tom cole said, both sides won. he said more revenue, higher taxes, if they can do away with sequester, which is more
supervisor introduced a ballot measure to place a tax on sugary drinks taxing all sugary beverages at $0.02 per ounce. meaning costs of soda would go up $0.24, raising estimated $31 million a year for health and nutrition programs but small business owners say a tax like that could hurt their sales. if approved the proposal could wo go on november, 2014 ballot. staying in the city, nearly half of a dozen film productions from movies to television series have been shot in san francisco this year. and one supervisor wants to keep that momentum going. the plan is to boost the city's rebate program providing financial incentives to hollywood. we are live at city hall tonight. it's lights, camera, hearing there tomorrow. isn't it? >> that is right. and think about this.çóe1 blue jazzmen, m bpprodu the film rebate program. tv series are included and now, one supervisor wants to keep up with what he calls an evolving industry.. san francisco has a film legacy. these days places like new york, new mexico, and vancouver offering big bucks and in san francisco, they have to compete. cat lansberg
to stay in network. great plans. by the way, what about when you're going to get taxed for the golden plan? you're paying $20,000 a year-plus. but now we're going to tax you because you're paying too much. >> what's interesting, senator, is the fact that i think over the last couple of weeks, going on to a month, mainstream media is kind of waking up to this. i think the story that only six people signed up on the first day came from cbs news. a lot of people are going we really believed this guy, but maybe we shouldn't have. >> can you imagine? at the end of the day 47 people, and they're saying hundreds of thousands of people -- >> it's the volume. that's what broke it. the volume. >> right. you know what it is? it's just this idea i'm going to do it my way. it's the old story of power. absolute power corrupts. so when the democrats controlled both houses overwhelmingly, they didn't look for compromise. they didn't look to involve others. they jammed it through. now they're paying the price. they're not. the american people are going to suffer. >> i read a lefty blogger somewhere on the
police and protesters of a so-called eco tax. police fired tear gas and water cannons at thousands who hurled stones and other objects at them. protesters want the tax on large commercial transports permanently scuttled. the wildly unpopular tax has been postponed repeatedly since its approval four years ago. >>> really, this happened. a soccer match in serbia had to be halted for ten minutes saturday after fans hurtled volleys of flares on the field. the smoke threatened to choke the spectators at the intracity contest. fire trucks moved in quickly to try to quell the bonfire. >>> 25 million reasons why one man is not giving up on the bin laden family. >>> and do you live in an islamic country without even knowing it? "grapevine" is next. is a daily game of "what if's". what if my abdominal pain and cramps come back? what if the plane gets delayed? what if i can't hide my symptoms? what if? but what if the most important question is the one you're not asking? what if the underlying cause of your symptoms is damaging inflammation? for help getting the answers you need, talk to your doc
. based on its expected ipo price, there is a new report twitter will save $55 million in taxes because of the deal with the city of san francisco. >>> the world series now a tie at 2 a piece. johnny born and raised in petalunma. they beat the cardinals 4-2 last night. >> i was fortunate enough to put a swing on a good pitch. >> game 5 of the world serious tonight you can see that game right here on channel 2. coverage begins at 4:30 >>> hundreds of business leaders will be joining warrior fans for a special event in downtown san francisco. they will attend the first warrior tip off lunch. warriors are teaming up with the san francisco chamber of commerce for this event promoting the bay area's pro basketball team. the warriors begin this week. they plan to move to a new arena by 2017. >> the latest investigation involving a bay area nursing home and workers walking out. we'll have a report for you. >>> we are live in san jose where police are on the scene of a deadline accident. we have the latest information on the investigation. >>> high winds. cameras in effect near 880. we have mor
that they companies -- that big companies do not like either. they are going to tax them out of business. arizona, big mesa they have thousands of cars completely wasted and crushed. host: thank you for the call. a political note from the hill -- paper an ad is airing tomorrow that uses past statements, slamming charlie crist. he was once theory governor of florida as a republican. he will enter as a democrat after filing the necessary paperwork on friday. details online at the hill.com. our newsmakers program is focusing on the farm bill with tom vill sack -- with tom vill ilsack. tom v conversation, why the farm bill is important -- [video clip] investing literally billions of dollars in business development. money is going to be invested in renewable energy and bio-based products. it is a research built. it will provide resources to universities to come up with new innovations. because of our research initiatives, i think 360 four patent applications have occurred just from usda sponsored grants. it is a conservation bill and an ability to protect our soil and water. it is a trade bill. this create
or the accountant who does your taxes or the mechanic who fixes your car? the president encouraged lawmakers to pass the legislation. >>> and tim cook the ceo of apple is also urging passing this. he writes in the wall street journal that "when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their life." >>> 7:16. new in egypt this morning, former egyptian prod, mohamed morsi appeared in fourth for theist -- president, mohamed morsi appeared in court for the first time since he was removed from power. he says he's the legitimate leader and the court has no jurisdiction to put him on trial. the trial was adjourned until january. he's in a secret location while awaiting his trial. he could get the death penalty if convicted. >>> a man from mish twin claims he -- michigan claims he tipped off the fbi where to find osama bin laden. now he wants to be paid the $25 million reward. tom lee, he's an international jewelry marketer, says he told the fbi bin laden was hiding in pakistan in 2003. the fbi says bin laden's location was found using electronic intell
security clearance while they had tax bets, which is a as a -- vulnerability, got security clearances, and the vast majority of those were top secret security clearances. our process is obviously broken, not complete, and not adequate. until this year, opm did not have the means of debarring persons or those who falsified background checks for clearances. worse, ipmm's ig recommended 22 individuals received no answers on 14 of the cases formed that the other eight would not be debarred. something is very wrong. it's unlikely that a stricter clearance process would have prevented a deranged individual from committing murder, but this event should be a catalyst for congress to fix the way the country categorizes, handles, and grants access to sensitive data. two problems. one, there's way too much stuff classified that doesn't need to be classified, and number two, there's way too many security clearances approvedded. if you markettedly increase the amount of material that doesn't need to be classified, you have to increase the number of people that need to have access to it. we have to
growth and the rest of us who do work have to pay much higher taxes, which we are now. as a consequence, we can't afford the basic things in government that we need, like a decent national defense or expenditures on science and technology. the chinese seem to have a better space program than we do these days. >> you mention defense. we've got a graphic that shows how defense spending as a percentage of the tkpwopd has gone -- as a percent of the g.d.p. has gone down. in 2012 it was 12.3%. fast forward to the 2016 estimate and it looks like just 3.1%. what's the matter with spending less on our national defense, professor? >> let's look at what's happening in the middle east and asia. in the middle east we've abandoned egypt, for example, narrowing our focus. they justify this by saying we're shifting resources to asia. look at what has shifted to asia. not that much. now the japanese, the prime minister is saying that japan has to rearm to protect itself from china because they understand that just as the president abandoned morsi to the mob in the streets, when it really counts on thos
poorly we want to do more to help people feel better by reducing the taxes which is exactly what we're doing. all of this will be put at risk if we give up on reducing the deficit and being responsible economic policies. the that is what the opposition would give us a higher mortgage rate and higher taxes, just what hard-working families don't need. >> does the prime minister think it is fair that a fat pregnant woman will now have to pay 1200 pounds to take the maternity discrimination case to the ?mployment >> the one thing we have done is make sure that people don't earn those rights until they have worked for two years. i think that is the right approach. >> thank you, mr. speaker. thanks to the chancellor's economic policies, unemployment fell by 10% last month. sinceat its lowest level september 2008. many of those jobs were created in small businesses who now have the confidence to invest. will the prime minister commit to supporting the small businesses to help us grow the economy? >> my honorable friend is quite right. my honorable friend is just talk about helping people b
a full understanding of what needs to be done when this product is sold cheap, accessible, taxed so badly in the united states and privatized we have a real problem. >> host: it sounds like we are getting to a place where there is parity between this particular disease as well as other diseases. >> guest: absolutely. absolutely. >> host: i think you touched on this before, but if there's anything else you want to talk about, the similarities with tobacco policy and what similar strategies can be related to risky drinking behavior. >> guest: one of the things that has come out is appreciation in the last five years of some of the 50 diseases and cancers that are related to alcohol. we have not had a public dialogue about that. we don't appreciate at all that there are some downsides to drinking. we typically sell the drinking and driving and other than that, you don't appreciate that although throat cancers and colorectal cancer is related we don't appreciate but here is a big one. people die typically 20 years younger than they do with smoking. that is a huge one and women by faster than
the case like the grimes campaign did, a state that takes in more federal money than it pays back in taxes damaged kentuckyians. statewide you can run that way. but these house districts it's hard to sell that story. >> david ignatius people talk about the republican party. there's so many different republican parties. i talk about, you got the governors. and the success of the governors that they've had. then you got basically the senate wing of the republican party and then the house wing of the republican party. and what works for one definitely doesn't work for the other and certainly what works for some house members actually undermines presidential candidates who have any, any dream of being able to compete with hillary clinton. >> we'll see if the chris christie wing of the party, the party that will talk about how to govern and make a big state like new jersey work if that gets traction. one of the things i've been following the last few weeks is the backlash in some hard line republican house tea party districts against those tea party hard liners. for example, justin amosh from m
sold. the proceeds of the tax would pay for health, nutrition and activity programs for city youth supervisor weiner thinks the majority of voters would support the tax because it would benefit children. >>> the change in weather here in the bay area is bringing snow to the sierra. brian hickey is in kingsville where snow has been falling most of the morning. >> reporter: take a look behind me at individual -- king yale. we have 4 to 5 inches. folks come up to the chain patrol, many unprepared for the winter driving conditions. we have seen big rig drivers, having to turn around and head back down the mountain because they didn't come up with chains. and a lot of drivers doing the same. drivers can buy chains from the chain installers at a hefty brice. if you have plans to commissary between now and does -- come to the sierra between you and tuesday morning, bring those chains. 6 inches of snow here, light, fluffy powder, gives you an indication of how cold it is, even at kingdale where is conditions are fluffy and white. we first encountered this snow, even blow nyack, blue canyon
, the republican position, this no revenues thing, even if it's revenues to stop massive tax abuse, massive tax evasion, that kind of position in the end that leads us to cutting food stamps. today it starts. big cuts for the poorest people in the country, day after halloween. you are getting millions of people cut today on their ability to eat and feed their kids. why? because they are standing up in congress, still. don't make the banks pay taxes. don't make google and amazon and apple pay taxes. let them keep their money. >> i understand. let's talk -- let's talk about the big issue. >> it's collapsing. >> let's talk about the big issue and i think we agree on this. by the way, i agree, we shouldn't slash and burn the 12, 13, 14% and leave the big entitlement systems out of touch. you have harry reid asked in an interview about medicare and social security. he said why do you keep bringing it up? you are obsessed with it. we are not going to do anything on those. we are not going to touch those. that's where the long term -- if we want to save america from debt, that's the long term fix. >>
federal tax dollars will fund president obama's insurance plan, but yet he's going to fine me and penalize me for something i can't afford to buy. it makes me very angry. >> tatter says there is one positive aspect to obama care. it has allowed her 24-year-old son to remain on her policy. that is until january 1st when tatter says no one in her family will have health insurance. bret. >> john, thank you. >>> from president obama, this has been a halloween week in which his praumshs about his health care reform plan have come back to haunt him. tonight, a new example. here's jim ingle. >> president obama's made several promises about the new health care plan, but two of them collide with each other, including one pledging many people will pay very little. >> one study shows that nearly 6 in te10 uninsured americans may find coverage for $100 a month or less. >> he also made this promise. >> if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. >> he said he didn't want to interfere with people's relationships with their doctors, but he can't keep both those promises at the
're in this together. we'll see it through. >> we need to delay the mandate tax. we need to fix this problem. >> it's been a rough couple weeks in washington. >> the shutdown was so magnificent, run beautifully. i'm so proud of these republicans. >> it's an american horror story politically. >> happy halloween. >> now that raphael call me ted cruz, he might need to get his father to tone it down, too. >> the attacks not just come from the liberals. the attacks come from the other side too. all these republicans in name only. washington is not used to what they have seen with senator ted cruz. as a matter of fact, one of those rhinos came to him within the first months like that saying, now, look, you're a junior senator. you're supposed to be quiet. and he said, i was not elected to be quiet. i'm not going to be quiet. >> was that john mccain that said that? >> i refuse to answer on the grounds that it might incriminate me. >> of course raphael cruz, sr. saves his harshest language for the president of the united states. >> we have our work cut out for us. we need to send barack obama back to chica
. they don't care about hard-working americans who own property, who pay taxes. these regulations could be -- keep you from developing your property, keep you from perhaps fixing a storage issue, drain issue on your property, if you have water drainage issues, you need to fill in some holes or something. these regulations will keep you from doing what you want to do, what's best for your property. >> you know, it sounds, in addition to a great big power grab, it sounds like this is also a way to create some fine revenue, where if you're doing something wrong -- and who knows what it is -- it's broad enough they can say anything is wrong, they're going to start levying fines against people for standing water on your property. >> right. or you have to get a permit. i think the bigger picture is about control because environmentalists don't want land to be developed. they don't want oil or gas or coal to be drilled out of the ground. remember, the e.p.a. has regulations on the coal industry. it's killing jobs and it's bankrupting the coal industry. when you think about it, it's a power gra
they did it redirecting the president's tweets and where the users ended up. >> and putting a tax on sugary drinks. just how much more you could pay for soda and other sweet drinks in san francisco. >> hey if you're going to the snow we have some information on chain requirements that you may want to hear. also hear the live look at some of your bay area roadways, this is highway 24 and more traffic just ahead. >> and mostly cloudy skies over us right now. could be a few light sprinkles and it looks better today but not much warmer. i'll have those cooler forecasted highs coming up. ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. >>> welcome back. happening today, people in santa rosa still exprezzing grief and anger over the deadly shooting of a 13-year-old boy by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy. ktvu channel 2 news channel 2 reporter alex savage joins us now from santa rosa. there's an event today, alex? >> reporter: well, anger certainly growing in this community and so is this memo
their season tomorrow in oakland. >>> time now is 6:40. putting a tax on sugary drinks? just how much more you could be paying for soda and other sweet drinks in san francisco. >> kids are allegedly not being allowed to play in the grass at a fremont apartment complex and federal officials are now slapping that complex with a lawsuit. we'll explain the reasoning. >> 680 near the grade is kind of a mess this morning after a multicar crash. we'll have an update for you. also here's a live look at the golden gate bridge and traffic moving well into san francisco. >>> welcome back. time now 6:43. a bay area apartment complex has caught the eye of the department of justice and it's being sued. it all has to do with allowing kids to play on the property. ktvu's janine de la vega joining us live from fremont now with all the details. what's going on janine? >> reporter: i put in a call to the department of justice for more information but here's what we know. the department of justice is saying that the owners of the woodland apartment complex is being discriminatory towards some of the tenants here
to get access to a database aimed at busting tax evaders. the new database contains company ownership details. in an effort to expose international money laundering and tax evasion schemes, the information is specific to those with 25% or more of a company's shares or voting rights. by making it public, the british government is hoping to put pressure on firms and individuals trying to hide money and profits. we'll see if that works. all right, landing in egypt, the country's tourism board is launching an ambitious campaign to lure back visitors that haven't been scared off by the political turmoil. yeah, those pictures not helping with tourism. you'd think being home to one of the wonders of the world would be a big enough draw, but egypt has lost $2.5 billion in revenue since the revolution began in 2011. a about eleven and a half people visited egypt in 20 the, hoping -- 2012. some days you're too sick to work. other days you're simply sick of work. and like ferris buehler, you just need a day off. from counterfeit colds to fraudulent flus, you won't believe how far some people go.
. san francisco is the next city to try to put a soda tax on the ballot. why one supervisor thinks he can convince voters to support it. those stories new. >>> interesting. time now is 6:48. you have accidents popping in the east bay. >> that's right. we are going to show the worst problems now. it is a 2-car crash. two lanes are blocked. if we zoom closer to the hayward area, 80 southbound is not looking too great right now. it's going slow westbound, but the peninsula is looking good. looks like you are going to need an extra 20 minutes. the wind advisory is still across the span. let's check in with steve. >>> a very good good morning. the snow in the sierra nevada and some light snow and it's not much for those in santa cruz mountains. it's going to be a cool and breezy day. partly cloudy and there are plenty of breaks in the clouds right now and in the 40s and 30s. you the in the sierra there is snow there for today. 50s and 60s for highs for us. upper 50s. it's going to be in the higher elevation. snow level 5,000 feet. and we've had a foot of snow already. 39 eureka. 44 in sacr
's going to be able to get an i.d. that costs $22, by the way, otherwise known as a poll tax. how many 90-year-olds are going to have an assistant to be able to do that? by the way, we've also seen, a judge had to sign an affidavit to be able to vote. wendy davis, candidate for governor, had to sign an affidavit to be able to vote. greg abbott, the republican candidate for governor, had to sign an affidavit to vote, because his name on his i.d. is not the same as his name in the poll book. so we're seeing at the very least a lot of people get inconvenienced by this law. we know 600,000 to 800,000 registered voters don't have the i.d. there. can you imagine what it's going to be like in texas when wendy davis and greg abbott are running against each other for governor? >> and the greg abbott piece has the sense of poetic justice, like at least he's getting caught up in his own thing. but he has resources available to him that others don't. when you talk about abbott in texas, it's also a reminder that in virginia, the other seat that is open here, where there's a big fight. in fact, maybe
from? >> we don't have it. we may have to tax more in the future to get it or tax somebody to get it. but we don't have it now. >> will more regulations mean more taxes which is what they're trying to do? >> these new regulations would affect building codes, for example, the cost of building, the cost of rebuilding after a storm, it would all go up. who pays and where do we get the money from? answer, in the long run it is going to have to be the taxpayer who foots the bill for this ultimately. so taxes have to go up or borrowing goes up, one of the two. remember, you satisfy a key constituency here. you satisfy the environmentalists. you are doing something about global warming or climate change, call it what you will. the unions love it because you're going to get backdoor infrastructure spending. >> we don't have the x.l. pipeline. let's look at how much these environmental disasters cost us. look in the 1980's, we had 144 disasters cost about $1 trillion. >> are we to assume all that spending between 1980 and 2012, $1 trillion, was the cost of the disasters, the natural disasters
these subsidies kick in. for a lot of folks, the premiums might be higher, but when you factor in the ta tax write offs, most are going to be paying less. >> let's talk about the website debacle here. it may have turned off a lot of young people, healthy, single people, the exact group the obama administration was hoping to target. why is it such an issue? >> that is the issue. what we want to see in these markets is getting as many people enrolled as possible. just as you suggested, we essentially want the young folks to share the risk with the old folks. i think the challenge here is that the folks are going to oh sign up are those who are going to need it the most. again, this is not without precedent. when i first bought my iphone, you needed to wrap it in a rubber band gizmo to stop it from dropping calls if you held it the wrong way. they never intended to run these in 36 states. they're doing it because there are a host of governors out there who said we don't want to implement the laws where we live. is it surprising? not particularly. this is something where we can see it improve. the fun
, get that corporate tax rate down. >>> what's coming up on "mad" tonight? >> one of the greatest executives you never hear talked about is deb kafaro, she runs a fantastic real estate invest trust, phenomenal performance. the stock is down. the rates have not done well this year because of the spike up in interest rates. they are not that expensive anymore. this has been historically, one of the top three or four in the group. >> we are going to see you in a few minutes. get a cup of coffee and come back. >> i will, thank you >>> in addition to jim cramer's interview with consul energy, we are going to look at how apple is positioned for the results tonight. is facebook at the nasdaq or twitter when it launches? which of those two is the better investment for you? also ahead, we have pending home sales, how strong is housing now and is the fed the real wild card for these markets? hour two of "squawk on the street" monday morning. ♪ nice car. sure is. make a deal with me, kid, and you can have the car and everything that goes along with it. ♪ ♪ so, what do you say? thanks..
who live in district 11. either towards tax increases or this on affordable care act, as my constituents like to call it. i am trying to represent them in washington, d.c. we have heartfelt decisions on the other side of the aisle from last november. you can look at divided government from the reagan era, where there was divided control. very important things got done because the president led in that arena. just a divided government. i do not sense leadership out of the white house. there is malaise going on. we appear to be adrift as a country and it is fomenting into an overall distrust from the american people. i get it. i am back home trying to do town halls, i will be doing one tonight to buck up the attitude going onabout what is in washington, d.c., and clearly this caller is very discouraged about what she sees going on or not going on in our country. host: how long have you served on the intelligence committee echo guest: -- committee? guest: this is my third term. host: liz, you are next, republican caller, maryland. for you and congressman , i was on the spot ove
, 19 issues, on taxes, spending, deficit, debt, health care, energy. it's been over tactics. these fights have been over tactics and strategy and what irks me is to see groups like the senate conservative fund attack conservative republican senators, not over their policy votes but because they disagreed with them on political tactics. now, there's no place for this, you know, purity in politics is the enemy of victory. and what we want is what you said a while ago. republicans want to take over the senate so we'd have the house and after next year the senate, we have to win six seats. we've got at least seven good shots. and for our guys and people like cruz to want to start big fights over tactics is a setback. let's focus on policy where people see the difference between us and obama. >> who leads the party to that conclusion, though? there hasn't been someone who has been able to. >> i think governors do. if you look at governor and is their records of success, whether it's scott walker, john kasich, rick perry from texas had a fantastic run. and that's where we are actu
? or the accountant that does your taxes or the mechanic that fixes your car? apple ceo tim cook is joining the cause. he wrote in the wall street journal saying we found when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their lives. just how long has it been since congress moved on the gay rights legislation in we'll have that story for you coming up. >>> we have new information on l controversial profootball bullying incident involving a former football star from stanford. jonathan martin left the miami dolphins and still has not come back. his abrupt departure comes after several of his teammates pulled a cruel prank on him in the team cafeteria. the nfl network now reporting that dalton guard has been suspended indefinitely while the league and the dolphins investigate this allegations. >>> houston texans coach gary kubiak is recovering this morning. that was following that health scare on the football field. the coach collapsed just after halftime during last nights football game against the colts. wade phillips spoke after saying he collapsed.
that does your taxes or the mechanic that fixes your car? >>> there are new developments in the fights to stop one of the biggest evictions in san francisco history. the san francisco examiner reports the city has suspended a permit for renovations to an apartment building on market street. the building was being converted into office space after the city said it was not zoned for residential use and dozens of people now face eviction. >>> the oakland a's could be moving across the bay to play their home games at the home of the san francisco giants. alex savidge is joining us live. he is at at & t park to tell us what is behind this stunning news for bay area baseball fans. >> i have to tell you we already choked in with oakland a's fans and they do not like the idea of watching their team move across the bay to play their games here at at & t park in san francisco. but according to a report from the san francisco chronicle there is a very real possibility that this could happen in the next couple of years. now the issue here is coliseum officials haven't been able to reach a short-te
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device tax on an industry that represents about two-and-a-half percent of our gross domestic product in massachusetts that will cost jobs here in massachusetts. one of the problems is what we did in massachusetts was tailored to our population. it took advantage of health care and a number of different things, one of them, steve, was the fact that we had merged the non-group market with the individual market to try to spread out risks. what does the federal plan do? well, it reduces the number of rating factors we can use to evaluate risk for that pool. it's undermine wack we want to do. in fact, we have pleaded with our governor, governor patrick has asked the federal government, give us a waiver so that we can evaluate and price risk fairly and yet we now are going to be forced to use 4 rating factors as opposed to 106789 that's one of the major points of distinction here, massachusetts plan worked because it was designed for pennsylvania. we had expertise, for instance, in pricing risks. we had growth markets in medical devices. yet, when we look at what's happening at the federal
to an unshakeable fate in free marks and typically towards market regulation and conviction that progressive taxes and social spending are to blame for slow growth, stagnant wages and exploding deficits. those who have followed his career know that it was greenspan who gave the green light to bank consolidation, greenspan who put financial deregulation, greenspan who advocated global rules that would reduce capital reserves and greenspan who blocked efforts to crack down on awe bossive sub-prime lending. but if you're looking for him to accept any responsibilities for the crises that ensued, you will be sorely disappointed. >> i suggest that people read the book and conclude themselves what they think about that. >> rose: thank you for coming. >> my pleasure. >> rose: alan greenspan. the book is called the map and the territory, risk, human nature and the future of forecasting. back in a moment. stay with us. >> i thought a lot about what was i put on earth to do, you know. what was my calling. what should i do, right. and i was lucky because i had lots of options. we'd been working in health an
doesn't. read my lips, no new taxes. this one of those moments for him. >> i want to ask you, given the way this was developed, kathleen sebelius couldn't house the people working on the website in her office because of various fears regarding partisan political environment, funding, a host of issues. are you more confident the system they have in place now, the folks they are bringing in, the outside consultants are going to have an easier, less thorny time unraveling problems with this website they would have had six months ago? it seems the climate around the aca was no less heated than it was preelection. >> there's no question they obviously have a better management in place, property back jeffrey zients, former director, quite capable, president is involved, getting nightly briefings on it. there's no question they have a more concerted focus and better management structure for getting this done. whether they will actually fix the website by the end of november remains to be seen because it is such a formidable task. that still remain to be seen. >> it is an exhaustive and tho
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